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India go from butterfingers to electric-heels in the field

India go from butterfingers to electric-heels in the field

01 Mar 2015

Mumbai: It is one of the accepted truths of international cricket that fielding is not India's particular forte but Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men have taken bold steps towards altering that reputation at the World Cup.

International cricket,   fielding in Cricket,   Indian cricket team,   Mahendra Singh Dhon,   ICC ODI World Cup,  
Don't harass pensioners, government tells banks

Don't harass pensioners, government tells banks

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Against the backdrop of complaints of pensioners' harassment, the government has directed banks not to insist that retired government employees be physically present for giving life certificates for continuation of pension.

Ministry of Personnel official,   Pensioners,   Government of India,   Indian Banks ,  
Ritu Rani to lead <strong>Indian</strong> eves FIH World League second round

Ritu Rani to lead Indian eves FIH World League second round

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Midfielder Ritu Rani will lead an 18-member Indian women's hockey team in the FIH World League Round 2 to be held at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here from March 7 to 15.

Ritu Rani,   Indian women hockey team,   FIH World League Round 2,   Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium,  
Budget's ten breakouts that could have direct impact on <strong>Indian</strong> economy

Budget's ten breakouts that could have direct impact on Indian economy

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi:  Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday announced a budget aimed at high growth, saying the pace of cutting the fiscal deficit would slow as he seeks to boost investment and ensure that ordinary people benefit.

Unionbudget2015,   Budget 2015,   General Budget 2015,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   India budget,   Indian economy,   Modi government,  
Republicans appoint <strong>Indian</strong>-American for a top party post

Republicans appoint Indian-American for a top party post

28 Feb 2015

Washington: Having lost two successive US presidential elections, the Republican Party has appointed an Indian-American and a well-known Hillary Clinton critic to a key post in the party's research and communication department.

US presidential elections,   Republican Party,   Hillary Clinton critic,   Indian-American top post,   Raj Shah,   Republican National Committee,  
MS Dhoni is the best captain India have had: Bhutia

MS Dhoni is the best captain India have had: Bhutia

28 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Terming Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the best captain India have ever produced, former national football team skipper Bhaichung Bhutia on Saturday said the wicketkeeper-batsman has it in him to help the country defend the cricket World Cup title in Australia.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Indian cricket captain,   Indian cricket team,   Bhaichung Bhutia,   ICC cricket World Cup,  
Scientists are India's pride: PM Modi

Scientists are India's pride: PM Modi

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Referring to them as India's pride, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday praised the dedication, determination and untiring efforts of scientists on National Science Day.

Narendra Modi,   National Science Day,   Indian scientist ,  
Boxing India plans <strong>Indian</strong> Series of Boxing, new ranking system

Boxing India plans Indian Series of Boxing, new ranking system

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Keen to revolutionise the sport, Boxing India is planning to launch a professional-style Indian Series of Boxing, which would double up as a qualifying event for the World Series of Boxing.

Boxing India,   Indian Series of Boxing,   World Series of Boxing,   Indian boxers,  
<strong>Indian</strong> farmers suffering due to urea shortage

Indian farmers suffering due to urea shortage

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Shortage of urea in the country and the resultant plight of the farmers figured in the Rajya Sabha on Friday, with members demanding timely imports to bridge the deficit.

Indian farmers,   urea shortage,   farmers plight,   Rajya Sabha,   Land Acquisition Bill,   Indian agriculture sector,  
86 <strong>Indian</strong> fishermen arrested by Lankan navy

86 Indian fishermen arrested by Lankan navy

27 Feb 2015

Colombo: As many as 86 Indian fishermen have been arrested and their 10 fishing boats seized by the Sri Lanka Navy for allegedly poaching in the country's waters, naval officials said on Friday.

Indian Fisherman,   Lankan navy,   Sri Lanka Navy,   India,   Srilanka ,  

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